Action: Inhibits or destroys bacteria
or fungus present in the ear canal. Controls inflammation, edema, and
itching. Has an analgesic (pain relieving) effect. Softens and disperses
accumulated cerumen (earwax). Restorative vulnerary to the tissues,
nerves and blood vessels in the ear.
Uses: Ear infections, congestion & inflammation
(otitis media, interna & externa), and associated earache;
swimmer’s ear; to loosen earwax in preparation for ear
cleaning. May also help in certain cases of tinnitus (“ringing
in the ears”), and vertigo.
Dose: Take care that dropper and bottle mouth do not
come into contact with the ear, hands, hair or other sources of contamination.
Roll bottle between the hands for 2 minutes to warm the oil. Do not
place cold drops into the ear.
Cleansing: Place 2 or 3 drops into each ear 1 or 2
times per day. Irrigation of ears may be necessary to aid in removal
of earwax. Have this done by a physician, or make sure you know how
to do it properly. Acute inflammation & infections:
Place 2 or 3 drops into troubled ear 2 or 3 times per day.
Adjunct Therapy: Internal doses of Echinacea
Extract are indicated in any ear infection. Three to five times
per day, drink 30 to 40 drops mixed in a little water.
Hot Onion and Vinegar Poultices applied over the ear can often be very
helpful in relieving the congestion and pain associated with ear infections.
can enhance the health and function of the blood vessels that supply
the ears, and can have a positive influence on diseases of the ear initiated
or aggravated by poor blood supply. Two or three times per day, drink
30 to 40 drops mixed into a little water. Any positive results in degenerative
cases could take several months.
Cautions: Conventional medical doctors normally advises
against placing liquids in the ear when there is perforation of the
eardrum. However, this author has seen and heard of many cases where
treatment of perforated eardrum with these ear drops has had excellent
results, and he is not aware of any cases where the ear drops have
caused a problem. Perhaps there could be a problem, but that is not
the authors experience. However, you are not being advised here to
use these ear drops in cases with perforated eardrum. That is your
decision to make.
Ear infections can sometimes turn into a serious medical problem. Therefore,
it is very important to promptly seek qualified medical care in any
ear disorder with fever or where redness, pain, or swelling is 0severe
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